Sympathy for the devil

Dennis Hormes, guitar
portrait by Frizztext

Of course we don’t have any sympathy for the devil. No sympathy for those who killed Jesus or the Tzar in St. Petersburg, no sympathy for any blitzkrieg or for killing the Kennedys. But I have sympathy for the International_Criminal_Court working in The Hague, The Netherlands, “to prosecute individuals for genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes, and the crime of aggression” (wikipedia). And I have a big sympathy for a great guitar genius: Dennis Hormes! Aged 16 Dennis Hormes already became Endorser for Gibson, USA. They supported him to work for T.M. Stevens. He managed, that Dennis Hormes could join for a while James Brown, Tina Turner, Joe Cocker, Billy Joel, Miles Davis, Mick Taylor and many musicians more – in USA and Germany as well. Following my latest youtube upload: Dennis Hormes and Robert Collins featuring that landmark of rock music composed by the Rolling Stones, “Sympathy for the devil” – the video was shot by myself during a live concert in my hometown

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